South Korean scientists clone dog for first time
Thursday, August 4, 2005
Seoul National University’s has reported his findings in the Journal after being involved in producing the first cloned .
The dog, named, was born on April 24. He is an . The issue presents a whole host of ethical questions for researchers in the field.
Companies like technology improvements to make life saving realities.are interested in the technology, as is accounted in for making human-safe pharmaceuticals. The business sector relies on
Thehas reported that Snuppy came from the of the tissue of the ear of the original canine.
According to Associated Press reporter JI-SOO KIM, Korea has declared that we are still a long way from creating of , which have a great deal more human-like traits.
BBC and articles which told of the two successful terms of for Snuppy. "the team only obtained three pregnancies from more than 1,000 transfers into 123 recipients." (BBC).actually reported an yesterday at 4:15 p.m. regarding the
Kennel experts, according to the BBC, agree that there will be many moral issues to contend with, especially among pet lovers.
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